Submitted by Roofer on Tue, 09/11/2018 - 12:59
Disaster preparedness may often be over looked as just another sales pitch used to motivate people in to making a fear purchases of batteries, flashlights and other necessities. Many often overlook marketing materials of this type unless and or until the very last minute or local news broadcasts recommends it.
But in the event that something happens, and you decide to start taking action, are you and your family truly prepared?
Submitted by Roofer on Sun, 10/07/2018 - 15:32
Because we service the islands of Oahu, Maui and Hawai’i. We have witnessed firsthand how the different environmental factors in Hawaii can impact an aging roof.
A roof situated under the alternating blazing hot days and tropical cool nights in Kahului will age and deteriorate quite differently than a roof in the up country cooler and moister climate of Kula for example. Being aware of the influencing factors of geographical aspects may help you decide whether or not to have your roof inspected.
Submitted by Roofer on Tue, 08/28/2018 - 11:08
For the most part, many people have never experienced the uneasy feeling of being in your home; glancing up and seeing something that somehow did not seem right. It is a sort of unusual moment when your entire body is immediately marinated in an uneasy sense of uncertainty.
Submitted by Roofer on Fri, 08/17/2018 - 09:58
We had a great time at this event. Met a lot of you all and our fellow vendors. You could feel the Aloha Spirit emanating throughout the event.
Submitted by Roofer on Mon, 08/06/2018 - 08:33
“A roofer?” I have lost count of how many times my answer to a question was responded to with that rhetorical question. Why people ask what a person does for a living in social gatherings has always been beyond the scope of my understanding. Perhaps some Pavlovian thesis may have it clarified somewhere locked in a basement like a secret scroll from the dead sea awaiting discovery.
In the meantime, for the most part I simply reply with “Yes, I roof.” Or something to that effect. Allowing the cruch phrase that tends to stimulate conversation at social gatherings to complete its less than stealth like mission.
The humorous side of me wonders how these conversations go at your local PTA meeting when someone asks the attending brain surgeon or theoretical physisist what their average workday looks like.
I supose the conversations must deviate as soon as craniotomy and spacial density of dark matter within a time and space continuim is introduced.
Or perhaps not.
Submitted by Roofer on Tue, 07/10/2018 - 09:10
Basking in the warmth of an afternoon sunset at the end of a long day at work is almost always an amazing feeling. Marinating in the various shades of pink orange and blue with lavender hues against your skin sitting on a rooftop like something straight out of a picturesque movie ending can only be explained with experience.
Roofers find joy in subtle moments like these at the completion of a project.